Board of Trustees
Dr Raminder Pathak, MD
Dr Raminder Pathak is the Co-Founder and Chairperson of the Princeton Foundation for Peace & Learning.
Dr Pathak received her medical graduation followed by medical residency in India. Prior to moving to US in 2006, she was involved in cancer research at the All India Institute of Medical sciences 1996 onwards, and also served as a Member of High-Power Steering Committee, Planning Commission, Government of India.
After moving to USA in 2006, she worked at prestigious institutes like M D Anderson Cancer Center, and Texas Heart Institute before joining industry. She currently serves as a senior executive in one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world.
Mr. Sudheerraj Dalavai. MBA CEO & Chairman Dalavai Holdings.
Mr Dalvai worked at IBM for several years as a senior executive before switching full time into entrepreneurial ventures in commercial real estate business that now covers almost all states across the USA. Mr Dalvai works closely with the community to encourage and develop future leaders, and bolster the economy.
Mr. Lakshmi Raman, BE, Director, KPMG Big Data & Cloud Transformation
Mr Raman currently serves as the Managing Director at KPMG.
He is a highly successful, hands on technical architect with proven ability to lead and manage an organization; an energetic leader that delivers results in complex, continuously changing landscape; and an accomplished thought leader, technology evangelist with global delivery experience.
He has the blend of technical and business skills and proven ability to lead and manage an organization’s Infrastructure, Data and IT strategy, with specialization in SAP, cloud and big data technologies.
Mr Raman completed his Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering from Pondicherry University, India.
Mr Raman joined Princeton Foundation for Peace and Learning with the vision and drive to improve upon our Non-Profit Organization, and focused on developing the organization with experience and integrity.
Mr. Syed Hashim, BE, MS, MBA Global Technology Leader Ortho Clinical Diagnostics at Ortho Clinical Diagnostics
As a Global IT Leader at OCD, Mr Hashim is responsible for the Technology road map of business applications, deploying SAP Solution across the enterprise, with his ERP Team and Business Partners. He provides strategies, manages the technology team and deploys the Business applications across the globe for OCD. Regions deployed included North America, Latin America, EMEA and ASPAC. He is also responsible for the project / process integration with Finance, Supply Chain and Customer Service Teams. He is also the Architect for SAP System Landscape Optimization (SLO) and data transfer from Johnson & Johnson, from which OCD transitioned. He managed the Global Development and is part of the leadership team that will set up and transition the world wide systems to a COE (Center of Excellence) team. Previously he worked as a Senior Executive in IBM for 14 years.
Mr Hashim completed his Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering from University of Madras, Master of Science (MS) in Industrial Engineering from Training Institute for Productivity & Industrial Engineering, India, and MBA in Finance from University of Georgia-Terry School of Business.
Mr Subbarao V. Seethamsetty
Mr Subbarao V. Seethamsetty is an Engineer and Technologist with over three decades of corporate
experience in North America. He heads PlanetERP Inc. based in Collins, NY providing “Large Systems”
design and implementation services in Financial, Industrial, Logistics and Agriculture spaces. A
compelling life-long draw for him has always been to leverage his Systems-design skills to benefit huge swaths of humanity struggling in “extreme poverty” globally as defined by the UN as those families with income of less than $2 a day.
He is also on the board of the NJ based non-profit Telugu People Foundation for the past 11 years, but he is currently focusing his day-to-day energies to support Princeton Foundation for Peace & Learning in scaling to reach its visionary potential.
Mr Seethamsetty lives with his wife Saraswathi and son Tharun, and they split their time between two homes across Niagara Falls in the US and in Canada.